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An old sleepy fishing village, turned into an upscale, ideal vacation destination is why The Mayan Riviera is one of those places where you are swept away in the beauty and tranquility of a destination. Your enchanting vacation awaits you as you cruise up to one of the many high-end luxury resorts located along the Caribbean coast of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, and ends with endless memories and photo collages of each excursion and days basking in the sweet sun. Explore ancient caves, get in touch with a little serenity at a day at the spa, or take to the waters to explore the one of the world’s largest coral reef; whichever adventure you get lost in, know that the powdery white sandy beaches are awaiting you. The best time to travel to The Mayan Riviera is from November to February. The humidity is mild and the sun is brilliantly shining down on you. Rainy season is from June to October. If you are a single parent or parent traveling alone with children ensure you have the proper documentation consenting your child to travel. The beauty of The Mayan Riviera is for you to take in, the endless days in the sun will have you craving their pristine beaches for years to come.

Top Cities:

Playa Del Carmen is one of the most popular beach towns in The Mayan Riviera. With water sports and endless ‘touristy’ spots, it’s a place where you will take to making a few friends while enjoying the beauty of the beach. Mahahual, located just outside of The Mayan Riviera is picking up tourist speed with a showcase of perfect beaches and a lovely town, this is where to go if you are looking to get the whole Mexican experience. Tulum is one of the top towns to visit. With famous ancient ruins and turquoise seas, it’s a place where you really get centered and appreciate the magic of life.

Top Beaches:

We all love lying on a cozy beach chair under a twisted palm tree, and staring out at the turquoise waters that span as far as the eye can see. The Mayan Riviera has some of the loveliest beaches in Mexico, and is yours for the taking. The Maroma Beach, is located in a quieter area of The Mayan Riviera, and with a chance to indulge in a little rest and relaxation here, you will never want to leave. Traveler’s Choice Awards by TripAdvisor deemed Paraiso Beach, one of the top five beaches in the world in 2011 and 2012. Just a short distance from The Tulum Mayan ruins, beauty by the beachside awaits you here. If you have a love for kayaking or being out in the water take to Xpu-Ha Beach. With its calm waters, and secluded spot, tourists aren’t one to flock to this unknown spot. Akumal Beach is where you’ll catch sea turtles hatching their eggs, Marmitas Beach is where the party is at and Playa del Carmen is more of a traditional beachside spot, if you’re okay with a plethora of crowds vying for sun time.

Currency, Culture, Language:

Currency – USA or pesos
Culture – Mexican
Language – English & Spanish

Attractions & Things To Do:

Water sports. If you have a love for the water, The Mayan Riviera is a place where you will fall in love with the beauty of water sports all over again. From snorkeling, to kayaking, while on vacation you can partake in any and every water sports imaginable, and with one of the largest coral reef down below, beauty is in abundance wherever you look. One of the most historical attractions to venture off on is to visit The Mayan Ruins, sacred temples built centuries ago. Tulum is a popular destination where ancient civilization comes to light. With over 60 preserved structures, these temples are certainly are inspiring sights. Golf is a major attraction while in The Mayan Riviera, with some of the best courses of Mexico in Playa Del Carmen, if you love the game of golf, then The Mayan Riviera is the place for you. One main attraction you will certainly want to escape to are cenotes, natural pools in caves, in the jungle. Going on a snorkeling tour is the way to enjoy these natural masterpieces. Take to the Hidden Worlds Park is you are eager to go zipling, or venture off to Xcaret, one of the largest and best eco-parks on the coast. With many natural wonders in The Mayan Riviera your days will be spent exploring the sweet beauty of the coast and inlands.

Dining & Nightlife:

Ajua Maya; Tequila Bar, Grill House and Salsa Club is a highly recommended restaurant and nightclub located in Playa del Carmen. With its nightly live Latin music, and mouthwatering cuisine, you will enjoy the beauty of authentic Mayan and Mexican cuisines. La Choza, located in Cozumel is where you will indulge in all things authentic about a restaurant. With fresh seafood, and signature margaritas, it’s a place where you can kick back, relax, and enjoy a night on the town. If you’re looking for clubs to venture off to, head on out in Playa del Carmen (Aijua Maya is the most popular club), or Cozumel (Tequila Lounge) for a night of dancing, Mexican style.

Why We Like It:

What’s not to like? With pristine white sandy beaches and ancient ruins, you get the best of both worlds while in The Mayan Riviera. If you are one to enjoy a little adventure or two like we are, then this destination will become a new top destination for you and your fellow travelers. Enjoy a week or two in the sweet Mayan sun, just be sure to book a return ticket as you may never want to come back!